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an administrative unit of government

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gov was the eighth-best federal agency website - up 15 places from 2005 - in the latest edition of "State and Federal E-Government in the United States," a report published annually since 2000 by the Taubman Center for Public Policy at Brown University.
Last month, the federal agency denied the Latin American Civic Association's $10 million program application after finding it could not provide adequate service to preschoolers at 26 sites.
Cherney recommends if a student is interested in working as a Federal employee for SDDC, or any other Federal agency, to first touch base with their school's guidance counselor.
Another federal agency criticized by the GAO is the Department of the Treasury.
Also in 1996, Congress approved a requirement that each new rule created by a federal agency be submitted to Congress for review.
Federal agency balance sheets (see exhibit 1, at right) include nonentity assets, meaning assets that are not available for spending because the recipient is going to transfer them to another federal reporting entity.
The FBI serves as the lead federal agency for resolving a crisis perpetrated by a malevolent element in a WMD incident occurring within the United States and its territories.
Consensus guidelines issued last year by the federal agency for Health Care Policy Research on the use of analgesics for terminal patients were designed to resolve the resulting confusion.
We are also participating with the Department of Justice and the Department of Housing and Urban Development on a federal agency task force that is reviewing the mortgage lending discrimination issue.
The appointment of a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in the Executive Branch and a controller in each federal agency and department.
Outside the Bureau of Indian Affairs, no other federal agency has either the experience of IHS in Indian communities or has as close a rapport.
The Webinar will feature Federal agency perspective on the 2010 Federal Customer Experience Survey from Sheila Campbell, director, Center for Customer Service Excellence, Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, U.
Ordinarily, these physicians must return home after completing their programs, but this requirement can be waived at the request of a state or federal agency if the physician agrees to practice in an underserved area.
The lawsuit was brought by the Center for Biological Diversity and the Friends of the Santa Clara River, charging that the federal agency did not adequately identify the area near the proposed mine as a critical habitat for the unarmored three-spine stickleback, a rare fish found in two Santa Clarita waterways.
The Environmental Policy and Conflict Resolution Act states that any federal agency may use USIECR to assess or mediate any conflict related to the environment, public lands, or natural resources.
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